Award of PhD Degree in Entrepreneurship at Makerere University, Award of Masters of Commerce (Mcom) at University of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa adn Bachelor’s degree in Management at the National University of Rwanda (NUR).
I have taught at the former National University of Rwanda and the University of Rwanda various modules such as Scientific Research Methodology, Entrepreneurship Development , Business Environment , Management function I, Business strategy and development, Business Research Methodology and Research Data Analysis.
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Areas of research:
Entrepreneurship, Management of small and medium enterprises, Marketing and Human Resource Management.
1. Byukusenge, E., Munene, J.C. & Orobia, L. (2016). Does Knowledge Management Lead to Innovation? An Empirical Study on SMEs in Rwanda. International Journal of Management Science and Business Administration, 2(9), 7-19.
2. Byukusenge, E. & Munene, J.C. (2017). Knowledge management and business performance: Does innovation matter? Cogent Business & Management Journal (Francis &Taylor Group), 4: 1-18.
3. Byukusenge, E., Munene, J.C. & Orobia, L. (2017). Managerial competencies and business performance: innovation as a mediator in Rwandan SMEs. International Journal of Law and Management (Emerald Group), under review.
4. Byukusenge, E. (2009).Impact of Two-Factor Theory in explaining employee job satisfaction at SAPREF. Rwandan Journal Series B: Social Sciences.